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to do. but hillary clinton announces candidacy for president she would have explaining as well. >> famous adattempted to take the call about a crisis at 3 o'clock a.m. >> your children are safe and a sleep. who do you want answering the phone? >> i am hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> as it turns out it was not a 3 o'clock a.m. call a waking her out of a ambienn induced stupor that we have to worry about. it was a call at 5:00 in the afternoon from american personnel begging for help for their lives and there is no record of the conversation. there is record of the president going to bed and getting a good night sleep before he jetted off on air force one for a political fun raiser. but no special forces were scrambled to rush to the sounds of the guns in benghazi and rescue our fellow americans under siege. a surreal moment came thursday night in an interview with bret baier tommy vitor, former national security spokesman pretended he couldn't remember something as trivial as benghazi. >> you also changed text to demonstrations in the talking points. >> i don't re
. former secretary state hillary clinton is getting another boost to her expected but not announced plans to run for president. senator tim kaine says he's ready for hillary, saying she's shown grace handling all problems in her years of public service. >>> the scene of yesterday's violent clashes. it was the deadliest day in months. at least 42 people were killed overnight as fire broke out amid protests in the southern port city of odessa. pro-russian separatists and government supporters clashed in the streets and threw firebombs and stones as riot police attempted to suppress the flare-up. today, russian foreign minister sergey lavrov said the u.s. should call on ukraine to halt its military operations but he did agree on b on the need to a to the agreement made in geneva. we touched base a short time ago with correspondent james match who's on the ground there. >> reporter: the authorities here in ukraine insist their offensive to regain control of the eastern part of their country is not over. despite a day of setbacks yesterday in which they lost men and at least two helicopters. t
clinton's very first dinner. he had a big hollywood following. they all wanted to come to the dinner. she said then of course when barak obama came to dinner, it became even bigger, during those two administrations, we are seeing a big influx of hollywood stars this whole week, really. >> and everything in between those two administrations. okay. thank you so much. we appreciate it. wing will forward it to. of course, we'll be covering it this evening. cnn gives you the best seat in the house for the coeur d'alene sp -- correspondence dinner. tune in. coming up in 30 minutes, we're counting down to the fastest two minutes in sports and a possible historic kentucky derby win. and at 3:00 from tornado to flooding, chad meyers looks back at this week's wild and dangerous weather. see you in 30 minutes. "your money" starts right now. >>> a decisive turn in the job market. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." like the movie, the u.s. economy was frozen in the first quarter. the polar vortex shrinking growth. but let it go. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ >> there is a spring thaw and jo
going on. we have all these things to get to. people are are talking about. the clintons overnight tim kaine became the late toast throw his support behind hillary clinton. this came a few days after bill clinton spoke at georgetown university and delivered a deflgsz of his economic record as president. to head off trouble on the left for hilary. >> how many times i have read from the left bitter criticism about what a slug i was to sign the balanced budget of ' 96 lowering the capital gains rate. i did it but we had the money to do it and it was the price i paid to e get the children's health insurance program and all that education stuff and i would do it again tomorrow in a heartbeat. >> so the legacy of bill clinton on economic issues and domestic issues, it plays a role in how the democratic party looks at him and i found that speech so interesting because when i look at the clinton years, i think the speech was two hours, which was short for bill clinton. i think you could make a case to be satisfying to the liberal base but he forged this alliance. talk about what happened in 20
secretary of state hillary clinton might be asked to either by the select committee or darrell issa's committee as well, if she is there put in front and questioned, what might be said and how might this hurt her should she run in 2016? >> well, that's one of the biggest sort of issues out there outstanding regarding her tenure as secretary of state. so certainly if it comes to that, you know, we'll have to see whether or not she is willing to engage and take it on. she did testify a few times regarding this and seemed to hold up her end of the bargain. >> right. >> and didn't really sully her image that much or damage her approval rating so we'll see whether or not she's willing to engage. remember, her book is coming out next month where it's expected she'll discuss this a little bit. >> it's a year now, a year and a half if she were to run she'll get into it. it's kind of early perhaps to be bringing her in front of congress, would you say? >> yeah. in fact, you know, maybe she thinks, you know what, if they really want me to come and do this, let's do it and get it out of the wa
met the president. you met the secretary of state, then secretary of state hillary clinton. you looked them in the eye. >> that's exactly right. this memo, it came out on the 12th -- i'm sorry, on the 14th. this was about the same time that i met hillary clinton when the bodies came in to andrews air force base. and i think i mentioned this to you before. hillary clinton came up to me and i gave her a handshake and a hug. and when i shook her hand, she said to me, "we are going to have the filmmaker arrested." even at that time she was trying to place a spin on what happened. it wasn't a result of a video. they had two drones above the battle in benghazi feeding real-time video to the situation room in the white house. they could see as it was happening on september 11th and september 12th for seven or eight hours, they watched this battle happen. they didn't watch a video protest. they watched a battle with militants that were associated with al qaeda. >> yeah. now earlier this week we had testimony, brigadier general -- retired brigadier general lovell testified the military should h
have what it takes to topple democratic darling hillary clinton in 2016? >> i'm confident he can reach out to people who may at this point feel like the republican party doesn't listen to him. >> a new report says he's gaining momentum. we'll take a look. >> his organization gave more money to the minority community than others. >> the leader of the l.a. naacp resigned under fire after planning to honor clippers owner donald sterling. does the civil rights organization really serve the folks? >>> caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >>> hi, i'm laura ingram, in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. benghazi and americans' distrust of the government. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as speaker john boehner finally announces a select committee to investigate benghazi. a recent fox poll shows 61% of americans think the administration has been in cover-up mode on the issue. it's pathetic handling of the attack that killed four americans, has bred more distrust and more cynicism in a pu public that needs good new
. >>> i heard last night that president clinton tharnlged abraham lincoln's ghost $10,000 to sleep in his own bed. that doesn't seem right to me, you snow ah-ha. no. look, the president, you know has come under a lot of fire for raising money. but you know, you know, he's good at it. he's good at raising money. that's not a bad thing. every president has done it. it's just that president clinton is very, very, very good at it. he has organized over 100 fund-raising dinners and over 200 fund-raising midnight snacks, did you know that? is he laughing? is he ? is the president -- as he is drinking a lot of water ultimately he is laughing. tomorrow night in washington, the white house correspondents' dinner which afford, let's be honest, the ethically dubious and arguably in poor taste annual public opportunity for members of the white house press corps to all but ka ed innoodle the people they're offering. and though that point of the event is, the one virtue about the white house correspondent's dinner, it is funny even when comedy pushes the limit for what you are allowed to say in polite
. this graphic and the speaker.gov. #benghazi is where you can find tweets about how hillary clinton has buckets of blood on her hands. the white house sends more personnel to the bundy ranch over cows than they did to benghazi. it's the place where people think that a white house communications adviser looking at white house talking points is the next watergate. #benghazi isn't just online, it's an entire industry, an entire imaginary realm. it's where, for instance, lindsey graham has actually been living for the past year. >> this is not a fox news story, this is an american story. i'm not satisfied with having the executive branch tell me what happened in benghazi. the scumbags are the people in the white house who lied about this. we're just starting on benghazi. >> #benghazi is the alternate fox news universe where there is only one thing going on in the world and it is benghazi. >> all right. we were waiting for others to ask questions. we know that the next question coming up is from a german reporter. we are not anticipating that that would be about the situation with benghazi, which is
, hillary clinton, secretary of state during this, why not put mud on hillary clinton's tires ahead of 2016 when a lot of folks feel she'll be the presumptive nominee. >> it does seem it looms large. yes, benghazi is mentioned in passing but it's clear that the quotes that these republicans are taking issues with are about the broader range of protest happening in the region which were linked to a video, not a coordinated attack. do you think in light of that these attacks will hold water? >> it's an interesting thing, if you go out throughout the country, ronan, folks who subscribe to the conservative media, they are obsessed with this issue. the general public wake up worried about what happened in benghazi? probably not, probably more concerned about the economy and future holds for their children. when you take into the complicated dynamics that are the house gop and internal politics, you sort of see as to why boehner moved forward on this. i personally do not think this is going to be the end all, be all issue of the 2014 midterms, americans care a lot more about other things. nancy p
polls and considered a top contender to a hillary clinton run in 2016. but now a report says some republican fund raisers even some in the new jersey area with considering jumping ship from christie for jeb bush as the former florida governor looks at a bid. jeb is also getting some support from his brother. >> i hope jeb runs. and i think he would be a great president. i have no clue what's on his mind. we'll talk when he's ready. i notice he's moving around the country quite a bit. >> doing well in polls. >> yeah. that's fine. they don't mean anything. for him i can guarantee he's not looking at a poll to decide whether or not he wants to run. it's internal. he's checking his core. as he said publicly, i'm thinking about my family. and he knows full well what a run for the presidency can do on family. after all, he's seen his dad and brother run for president. so jeb, if you need advice, give me a call. >> okay. it is worth noting according to a new quinnipiac university poll, jeb easily leads the rest of the 2016 pack in his home state. that includes marco rubio who i think peo
hillary clinton's problem. coming up, the sculpture created in the name of unity that is actually tearing one small town apart. awe. i'm not going to turn my head because it would be unfortunate. you need to see what they're doing in this little town. ♪ ♪ make every day, her day with a full menu of appetizers and entrées crafted with care and designed to delight. fancy feast. love served daily. >>> welcome back, everybody. earlier in the show we told you the owners on the nba's advisory committee unanimously voted to move forward tw the termination of donald sterling's ownership of the clippers. forbes values the clippers at $575 million. and the 30 teams stands at $19 billion. that's more than the gdp of 83 entire countries. a lot of cash. let's huddle around the water cooler and check in with lewis who has the troubles of the mayor. >> jon stewart is weighing in on rob ford's entry into rehab. zblfl what makes this less valuable? it's not the crazy thing that rob ford got caught going this week. >> another toronto paper released an audio tape recorded at a bar on monday. ford, who
income people. >> that there is clinton's sort of capsule synopsis of the republican critique which he says was applied and failed. your thoughts? >> i think that one of the things you see there -- and i think it's good for president clinton to point it out is that you have a pretty distinct periods in economic policy making and the reason you have that is the fundamental conditions of the american economy change over time. one of the issues is the huge oil shock, that was a supply side shock. then you have in the clinton years interest rates that are too high. so clinton is a real deficit hawk. he brings down the deficit pretty substantially, interest rates come down substantially because of that. that is one of the contributors to growth in that period. and now interest rates are incredibly low and you don't need to worry about the deficit as much. there is a genuinely serious problem when a political movement decides that it has found unchanging economic truth and it doesn't need to update itself according to different times and you see that with the minimum wage. plenty i think put
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to save four americans killed. bigger debate hillary clinton will face, this is what happens when you invade a country and then decide to have a light footprint afterwards when things go side ways and become chaotic, was the policy wrong to have such a light footprint. that's the stepback question. >> exactly. in fact, the general, the brigadier general from the africa command, they were stationed in germany, italy or germany, didn't have a forward basing. they were hours and hours away. that's one of the takeaways. have we improved security at these consulates and embassies? have they met that obligation since? >> that's an ongoing question and something that the administration has conceded and their independent review conceded that security was totally lacking, was not -- was not up to it. again, the reality is, not only the question of whether this was an intelligence failure, whether on 9/11 of all days, the government was not appropriately prepared for the prospect of a terror attack. >> that is a seriously -- >> system a question that i think -- >> strong criticism. >> when this
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for president than simply a clinton or a bush. corey, do you think americans are over political dynasties? >> when they stop voting for the members of those political dynasties, yeah. then they'll really be over it. i think americans always want expanded choice. but the truth of the matter is, this is a -- america runs on a two-party system. and we've seen time and again that candidates who aren't anointed by those two parties don't get very far. especially in a general election. >> it's certainly something i personally as a voter lament. that there's not more space outside of that rigid two-party system. howard, within that two-party system and within those dynasties, the numbers we're looking at right now to this latest poll are 48% viewing clinton positively. 32% viewing her negatively. on the other hand, 21% viewing jeb bush positively and even more, 32% viewing him negatively. what do you think of this question of whether 2016 is going to be a dynastic drag race if you will? >> i think it's way too early to say that. i think somebody is going to run against hillary. maybe several peo
many bushes and too many clintons. even though hillary clinton -- 69% agree with what barbara bush said to matt lauer on the "today" show. we need somebody other than these two families. >> i feel like there's this fundamental disconnect, andrea. which is 7 in 10 people say, yes, we're done with these political dynasties. and then who are the two candidates that certainly are at or near the top? hillary clinton's case, at the top. jeb bush's case at the top or near the top. it's jeb bush and hillary clinton. if you don't like political dynasties, here's a hint, american electorate. don't vote for american dynasties. fascinating. not that people can't hold two different notions in their head. but on that question, it's kind of remarkable. >> by the way, though, the question is important for this reason. it is her fundamental problem, hillary clinton's problem, going to be potential problem. we don't know. is how does she look like the future? what we saw in the answer to that question is americans always believe in looking to the future. we want to always look ahead. we don't look liking
ash tie that bodes well for the republicans and hillary clinton hurting a bit from the barbara bush rule. money matters. a rare sight in the next hour with former supreme court justice john paul stevens testifying on capitol hill. and banned for life. the nba commissioner says there's what legal case to oust the clippers owner from the league. we'll get reaction from hall of fame are isaiah thomas. good morning from a very rainy washington. it's the last day of april, april 30, 2014. i'm chuck todd. i'm jet lagged but i don't know how. i don't know what day it is. we'll have the latest on the flooding and the tornadoes in just a few minutes. right now i want to get to my first read of the morning and it's all about the new poll. there's good news for the president, his poll numbers are better. the bad news, the numbers still aren't good. his numbers are the highest in months, but that job rating is still just 44%, well under a number that's likely to make endangered democrats feel secure heading into the mid-terms. as one pollster puts it, it's the difference between going from five
for them. so far, hillary clinton is far outpacing two of her owe terrible gop rivals when it comes to favorability. the foresecretary of state is viewed significantly more positively than former governor jeb bush or senator rand paul. >> chuck todd, obama's approval ratings holding pretty steady. affordable care act stuck in the mid-30s. what's it mean? >> it's an important development in the last six months, joe, if you look at it both the president's approval rating and the health care numbers, basically the approval rating of the health care law are at six-month highs. meaning they're basically back to where they were the week before the website debacle. we were in the field, basically government shutdown, right when before we new the website was a total disaster. >> but it was like 36%? >> that's my point. and it had gotten worse over the last six months. the point of the poll is this, joe. the poll numbers are better, they're still not good, okay? there is slight improvement on the health care law. and that directly related to slight improvement for president obama. because wh
far, hillary clinton is far outpacing two of her potential gop rivals when if comes to favorability. the former secretary of state is viewed significantly more positively than former governor jeb bush or senator ransd paul. >>> the states in the south are recovering from yet another day of wild weather. tornados sweeping through at least five different counties in north carolina. the twisters damaged buildings and caused flash flooding. fortunately no deaths were reported. still, the weather system took a devastating toll with storms being blamed for at least 35 deaths in the south. among the victims, daniel wassome, a iraq-war vet who died protecting his wife and two daughters from debris. >> it shows what a great daddy he was. he loved his girls. loved his wife. what a great son he was, you know. you couldn't ask for a better son. >> so heartbreaking for all of those families who have lost somebody. >> wassome's wife and daughters, they all survived. >>> the add obama administration is unveiling a ruling that uphold, the power of the epa to enforce the clean air act in what has be
, and ended two marriages, and was hitting president clinton at the time for his own infidelities. why is it, though, because there are so many stories like this, that we continue to get great advice from people that can't seem to take their own advice? >> i think it's just way too easy to become an inspirational icon in america, and newt gingrich is a prime example of that. he kind of put himself out as this moral leader, and he said he was, and everyone believed him. then he just fueled on itself, and there's just example after example from our culture of these people that were not good people. >> so, zach, let's talk about lance armstrong. i was until recently a huge fan. i read his -- >> my condolences. >> i read it's not about the bike. really i got a lot personally out of it. found it really inspirational, really moeshational. you have a quote from him in the book. he says winning is about heart. it's got to be in the right place. which just feels so weird and wrong hearing it come from lance armstrong, but, you know, he did have this sort of dogged determination that people really fou
to the point where she was challenging hillary clinton in 2016, i think there would be a big change as media enforcers decided they would really want to put their chips on hillary and not warren. >> the book is called "a fighting chance." do you think the media is in the tank for her? >> no. i think she's got a book out doing press. george stephanopolous challenged her on the consumer protection board. it was not a softball interview as conservatives would like to believe. it's her moment because she has a book out. let's not forget how she was attacked incest -- incessantally for claiming she was a partial indian. george stephanopolous didn't challenge her on something that would make the republican party look better. obviously she'll be the target of conservatives as she gets press on her new book. >> that 1/32 claim, that was want true. >> she was attacked. she wasn't given a free ride about that. >> that was then. that was then. >> i'm sorry. she hasn't been attacked in the last 10 minutes. i'm sorry. >> do you think she'll run for president? >> no. but i think she'll be a good vice pres
dark secret, hillary clinton 2016. what does wall street think about a potential hillary clinton presidency? >> you know, this was a real surprise that maggie haberman and ben white turned up as they talked to a couple dozen people that work around or in wall street. in the financial services world they said their first choice would be jeb bush. their second choice would be chris christie. but what if neither of them is available in 2016, these republicans say they would be perfectly happy to have hillary clinton. they say that they see her as approachable. they have a track record with her. she was the new york senator for eight years. so the number of wall street people were advisers to her. she worked making money for the clinton foundation. and she's been out on the circuit among the many places -- >> i smell a rat. i smell a rat. >> okay. >> these republicans, they want to say that because it will then ultimately hurt hillary. won't it? right? >> listen, you hear this not just on wall street. you talk to republicans around the country who are disappointed in governor christi
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